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Rondo and back to backs


For what it's worth...

As far as consistency, Rondo's bad games are always on the second night of back to backs.

Other than the first game back from the wrist injury, his really bad games were:

Dec. 28 against NO
Jan. 2 against Washington
Jan. 14 against Indy
Feb. 10 against Toronto

All on the second night of back to backs. Three of four against bad teams. Three of four were losses.

I could not find a really bad game that was not on the second night of a back to back, although the OKC game was certainly not a good one for him.


One more thing: Those games listed above are ALL the second night of back to backs that Rondo has played. In other words, ALL his really bad games are 2nd nighters, AND he hasn't had one good game on a 2nd nighter.

There's the problem Doc. Play Bradley and Moore more on the second night of back to backs.


One other last thing: It might be a whole team problem. Rondo is consistently having bad games on second nighters, and aside from his own lack of energy it may in part be due to the other starters running slower on those nights.

On second thought, please play all the young guys more in both ends of back to backs.

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